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Subtopic: National Population Projections

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Latest Publications

  • An Executive Summary, 2012-based NPP Reference Volume 28-Mar-2014
    Results of the latest 2012-based national population projections published on 6 November 2013 and 10 December 2013.
  • Chapter 1: Background and Methodology, 2012-based NPP Reference Volume 28-Mar-2014
    The results of the 2012-based national population projections published in November and December 2013. It provides details about the results, and comparisons with the previous 2010-based national projections. It also gives details on the methodology used to produce the projections and information about the fertility, mortality and migration assumptions used, and includes some analysis of past trends.
  • Chapter 2: Results, 2012-based NPP Reference Volume 28-Mar-2014
    The results of the 2012-based national population projections published in November and December 2013. It provides details about the results, and comparisons with the previous 2010-based national projections. It also gives details on the methodology used to produce the projections and information about the fertility, mortality and migration assumptions used, and includes some analysis of past trends.
  • Chapter 3: Fertility, 2012-based NPP Reference Volume 28-Mar-2014
    The results of the 2012-based national population projections published in November and December 2013. It provides details about the results, and comparisons with the previous 2010-based national projections. It also gives details on the methodology used to produce the projections and information about the fertility, mortality and migration assumptions used, and includes some analysis of past trends.
  • Chapter 4: Mortality, 2012-based NPP Reference Volume 28-Mar-2014
    The results of the 2012-based national population projections published in November and December 2013. It provides details about the results, and comparisons with the previous 2010-based national projections. It also gives details on the methodology used to produce the projections and information about the fertility, mortality and migration assumptions used, and includes some analysis of past trends.
  • Chapter 5: Migration, 2012-based NPP Reference Volume 28-Mar-2014
    The results of the 2012-based national population projections published in November and December 2013. It provides details about the results, and comparisons with the previous 2010-based national projections. It also gives details on the methodology used to produce the projections and information about the fertility, mortality and migration assumptions used, and includes some analysis of past trends.

Latest Data

  • Table K1-1, Young Age Structure Variant - UK Summary, 2012-based (Excel sheet 314Kb) 10-Dec-2013
    2012-based projections - Young age structure variant projection for the UK - This table provides summary information this includes: population totals in broad age groups, components of change, births, deaths and migration, children, working and pensionable age population, dependency ratios, average age of the population, expectation of life at birth, and total fertility rates. For mid-2012 to mid-2037 and selected years to 2112
  • Z07 - Zipped Population Projections Extra Variant Data Files, UK, 2012-based (ZIP 999Kb) 10-Dec-2013
    This zipped file contains the 2012-based population projections for the UK by single year of age and sex, 0 to 105 and over, for the years mid-2012 to mid-2112. There are 7 Excel workbooks, one for each of the extra variant assumptions (young population, old population, replacement fertility, constant fertility, no mortality improvement, no change and balanced long term migration). These datasets are published as part of the government’s open data agenda and their use will be mainly for modelling purposes. Users should note the metadata provided in the files before using these datasets.
  • Z08 - Zipped Population Projections Extra Variant Data Files, England, 2012-based (ZIP 851Kb) 10-Dec-2013
    This zipped file contains the 2012-based population projections England by single year of age and sex, 0 to 105 and over, for the years mid-2012 to mid-2112. There are 6 Excel workbooks, one for each of the extra variant assumptions (young population, old population, replacement fertility, constant fertility, no mortality improvement and no change). These datasets are published as part of the government’s open data agenda and their use will be mainly for modelling purposes. Users should note the metadata provided in the files before using these datasets.
  • Z09 - Zipped Population Projections Extra Variant Data Files, Wales, 2012-based (ZIP 726Kb) 10-Dec-2013
    This zipped file contains the 2012-based population projections for Wales by single year of age and sex, 0 to 105 and over, for the years mid-2012 to mid-2112. There are 6 Excel workbooks, one for each of the extra variant assumptions (young population, old population, replacement fertility, constant fertility, no mortality improvement and no change). These datasets are published as part of the government’s open data agenda and their use will be mainly for modelling purposes. Users should note the metadata provided in the files before using these datasets.
  • Z10 - Zipped Population Projections Extra Variant Data Files, Scotland, 2012-based (ZIP 753Kb) 10-Dec-2013
    This zipped file contains the 2012-based population projections for Scotland by single year of age and sex, 0 to 105 and over, for the years mid-2012 to mid-2112. There are 6 Excel workbooks, one for each of the extra variant assumptions (young population, old population, replacement fertility, constant fertility, no mortality improvement and no change). These datasets are published as part of the government’s open data agenda and their use will be mainly for modelling purposes. Users should note the metadata provided in the files before using these datasets.
  • Z11 - Zipped Population Projections Extra Variant Data Files, Northern Ireland, 2012-based (ZIP 701Kb) 10-Dec-2013
    This zipped file contains the 2012-based population projections for Scotland by single year of age and sex, 0 to 105 and over, for the years mid-2012 to mid-2112. There are 6 Excel workbooks, one for each of the extra variant assumptions (young population, old population, replacement fertility, constant fertility, no mortality improvement and no change). These datasets are published as part of the government’s open data agenda and their use will be mainly for modelling purposes. Users should note the metadata provided in the files before using these datasets.
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